The go-to homeschooling post.
As a 3 year homeschooler I am far from being a veteran, but I have learned enough to narrow down a 3 million plus Google search for you, the curious parent.
The Best Homeschool websites (in my opinion) for curriculum and encouragement:
Time 4 Learning is a online program that I use for my kids while I am teaching one the other is learning here. I also use it on days I can’t fit a certain subject in myself, like science, or kindergarten math. The kids love the graphics and I love that they are being taught by someone other then me all the time.
I use Confession of a Homeschooler’s Letter of The Week program for my kindergartener.
Classical Conversations is my heart! We have used this program for the past 2 years. After year 1 I became a Director for our area because I wanted others to know what I knew about this program. I think Classical Education has a compelling argument that this method of teaching is God’s design for learning. If you are a parent who wants a program you can relax with within a group of support in a co-op, this is worth looking into.
I post pieces of inspiration on my Pinterest Board.
Memoria Press is a Classical Education curriculum and an online Academy for older students.
If you have read nothing by Sally Clarkson I cannot urge you enough to click on the above link and be filled with encouragement.
This book has been written by Sally Clarkson and her husband. If this and the bible were the only two books you had to homeschool your kids then you will be just fine.
Half a Hundred Acre Wood is a CC mom who has devoted her blog to everything CC. She is a master at compiling resources for CC memory work, memory games, and how to do CC at home.